This is an excellent suspense novel, so excellent that I devoured it in a single day. It gives a reader plenty to think about – but that’s after you’ve careened through it’s pages. I absolutely could not stop reading.
Set in Michigan’s beautiful upper peninsula, the book alternates narratives between that of Rachel’s, in the present, and that of Jenny’s and Peter’s in the past. It’s not immediately clear how the two connect but when they do, you really can’t look away. Rachel is living in a mental hospital for killing her mother at age 11 and watching as her father then killed himself. She has no memory of these events.